Category Archives: NYCHA

Oversight meeting uncovers mold and money shortages, by George Fiala

NYC Comptroller Scott Stringer brought his traveling Sandy Oversight show to the auditorium of PS 15 Tuesday evening.   Flanked by three of his deputies, by Councilman Carlos Menchaca and by the Mayor’s director of Housing Recovery, Amy Peterson,  Stringer announced … Continue reading

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Lillie Marshall fields housing complaints at monthly tenant meeting, by George Fiala

If you live in the Red Hook West Houses, you are eligible to become a voting member of the Red Hook West Tenant Association, and have President Lillie Marshall help you with NYCHA issues. Another major benefit is being part of … Continue reading

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New boilers to be installed at Red Hook Houses, by George Fiala

Although advertised as one, there were actually two separate meetings at PS 15 on March 6th. The auditorium held an informational meeting where affected homeowners could meet representatives from Build It Back, a city program that is supposed to distribute … Continue reading

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Miccio Center to remain open

Good news re Miccio Center! The city budget was completed last night and we just got this from local Councilmember Sara Gonzalez: “Ten days ago, as we were readying our final budget, NYCHA dropped the bombshell announcement that due to … Continue reading

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NYCHA a no show at their own meeting, by Nic Cavell

On January 3o, about 50 residents of the Red Hook Houses gathered in the PAL Miccio Center for the next of the New York City Housing Association’s (NYCHA) biweekly meetings to discuss progress with post-hurricane repairs. A few copies of … Continue reading

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Strength in numbers confront NYCHA, by Nic Cavell On January 16, representatives from the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) conducted the next in a series of bimonthly meetings initiated to discuss Hurricane Sandy relief with tenants of the Red … Continue reading

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